Brazil employs Internet in battle to save Amazon

Brazilian authorities will provide free Internet access to native Amazon tribes as part of the country's efforts to crack down on illegal logging and ranching activities. Officials hope providing Internet signals to 150 communities will promote coordinated efforts and help protect the world's largest rain forest.

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